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Power Generation Application and Installation Guide for Generator Sets from Cummins Power Generation

Power

Generation

Application and Installation Guide for Generator Sets from Cummins Power Generation

Power Generation Application and Installation Guide for Generator Sets from Cummins Power Generation

INDEX

Section A

Standards Regulations World supplies Formulae Installation questionnaire

Section B

Foundations and recommended room sizes and layouts for one to four generators with or without sound attenuation

Section C

Fuel systems

Exhaust systems

Cooling systems

Starting systems

Section D

Control systems Paralleling Switchgear Cabling Earthing Circuit breakers Automatic transfer systems

Section E

Health & Safety Motor starting

Section F

Soundproofing Silenced sets Dimensions and weights

Section G

Technical data on gen sets Air flows Exhaust flows Fuel consumption Dimensions and weights Conversion tables Full load current tables

GENERAL

Scope

This manual provides an Installation Guide for Cummins Power Generation generator sets. This includes the following information:-

Room Sizes

Mounting Recommendations

Electrical Connections

Mechanical Connections

Health and Safety

General Maintenance

Silencing

Technical Data This manual details typical installations only as it is not possible to give specific details to many variables in an application. If you should require any further advice or information, please consult:

Cummins Power Generation Ltd Manston Park Columbus Avenue, Manston Ramsgate Kent CT12 5BF, UK Tel : +44 (0) 1843 255000 Fax : +44 (0) 1843 255902

Regulations and Bibliography

The authorities listed below may provide informative sources when planning and implementing an installation.

Electrical Installation Electrical Supply Regulations - 1937 “For securing the safety of the public and for ensuring a proper and sufficient supply of electrical energy” Electricity (Supply) Acts 1882 1936 Her Majesty’s Stationary Office (H.M.S.O) Distribution units for electricity supplies for construction and building sites. British Standard (BS) 4363 Regulations for the Electrical Equipment of Buildings. Institute of Electrical Engineers (1966) Electrical Installations - General British Standard Code of Practice CP321 Private Electric Generating Plant CP323 Quality Assessment Schedule QAS/3420.121 relating to BS5750 Part 1 will apply. ABGSM Publication TM3 (Revised 1985) “Code of Practice for Designers, Installers and Users of Generating Sets.”

A1

Section A

Asbestos (Licensing) Regulations 1983 (SI 1983 No 1649) and Health and Safety at Work series Booklet H5 (R) 19 A Guide to Asbestos (Licensing ) Regulations 1983. Electricity Council Engineering Recommendations G5/3 and G59. Factories Act 1961 Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 ISO 4782 - Measurement of Airborne noise emitted by construction equipment for outdoor use - method of checking for compliance. BS 4142 ISO 1996 - Method of rating industrial noise affecting mixed residential and industrial areas.

Electrical Equipment

Electrical

Machinery BS2615

The

Electrical

Performance

of

Rotating

Electrical Protective Systems for A.C Plant BS3950

A useful glossary of British Standards applicable to

electrical components is given at the Sectional List of British Standards Institution.

IEC 479 Effects of Current Passing through the Human Body IEE Regulations (15th Edition) BS 159 1957 - Busbars and Busbar Connections.

and

Associated Apparatus. BS 2757 Insulation BS 4999 - General requirements for Rotating Electrical Machines. BS 5000 Part 3 1980 - Generators to be driven by reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines. BS 5424 Part 1 1977 - Contractors. BS 5486 (IEC 439) - Factory Built assemblies of Low Voltage Switchgear and Control Gear.

BS

162

1661

-

Electrical

Power

Switchgear

Mechanical Equipment BS 1649 - Guards for Shaft Couplings BS529 - Steel Eye Bolts EEC Directive 84/536/EEC - Noise from construction equipment - power generators.

BS 476 Part 7 Class 1 - Surface spread of Flame Tests

of Materials.

BS 799 Part 5 - Oil Storage Tanks

BS 2869 1970 - Fuel Oils for Oil Engines and Burners for non- marine use. BS 3926 - Recommendations for the use of maintenance

of Engine Coolant Solutions.

BS 4675 Part 1 (ISO 2372) - Mechanical vibration in reciprocating machinery.

GENERAL

BS 4959 - Recommendations for Corrosion and Scale Prevention in Engine Cooling Water Systems. BS 5117 - Methods of Test for Corrosion Inhibition Performance of Anti-Freeze Solutions. BS 5514 (ISO 3046) - Specification for Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines, Part 1 to 6.

Manufacturing and Design Standards

The generator and its control system are manufactured under a registered quality control system approved to BS EN ISO 9001 (1994). The following regulations are observed where applicable:

The Health & Safety at work Act 1974. The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Act 1974, 1988 & 1989.

Installations

IEE

Wiring

Regulations

for

Electrical

(16th Edition). The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989. The Environmental Protection Act 1990.

The Health & Safety at work Regulations 1992. The EMC Directive 89/336/EEC. The LV Directive 73/23/EEC. The Machinery Directive 89/392/EEC.

The

generator

and

its

control

system

has

been

designed,

constructed

and

tested

generally

in

accordance

with

the

following

Standards where

applicable:

BS 4999 (IEC 34 1 )

BS 5000 (IEC 34 1 )

General

requirements electrical machines.

for

rotating

Rotating

electrical

machines

of

particular

types

or

for

particular

applications.

BS 5514 Reciprocating internal combustion (ISO 3046 2 ) engines: performance.

Requirements for

electrical

BS 7671 (IEC 364 1 )

installations. IEE Wiring Regulations (sixteenth edition).

Reciprocating

internal

combustion

BS 7698 (ISO 8528 2 )

engine

driven

alternating

current

generating sets.

 

Electromagnetic compatibility. Generic emission standard.

BS EN 50081 (EN 50081 2 )

Electromagnetic compatibility. Generic immunity standard.

BS EN 50082 (EN 50082 2 )

Specification

BS EN 60439

for

low-voltage

(IEC 439 1 ) switchgear and control gear (EN 60439 2 ) assemblies.

BS EN 60947 Specification for low voltage (IEC 947 1 ) switchgear and control gear. (EN 60947 2 )

A2

Section A

KEY:

1 A related, but not equivalent, standard: A BSI publication, the content of which to any extent at all, short of complete identity or technical equivalence, covers subject matters similar to that covered by a corresponding international standard. 2 An identical standard: A BSI publication identical in every detail with a corresponding international standard.

Regulations Governing Installations Before purchasing a generating set, the advice of the local authority should be obtained with regard to the following requirements:- Planning permission for the generator building. Regulations governing the following:- Storage of fuel Noise levels Air pollution levels Electrical earthing requirements Failure to comply with the local authorities regulations, may result in the generator not being used. This type of purchase should be installed correctly using the bestmaterials and installation guides to ensure the generator set lasts a lifetime. Specialist advice should be sought concerning any part of the building requirements, installation, commissioning etc. or any references in this manual from Cummins Power Generation Applications Engineering Group. Data compiled in this manual will be continuously improved and therefore subject to change without notice, all rights are reserved.

GENERAL

World Electricity Supplies

Country

Frequency

Supply Voltage Levels in Common Use (V)

(Hz)

Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates)

50

415/250

Afghanistan

50; 60

380/220; 220

Algeria

50

10 kV; 5.5 kV; 380/220; 220/127

Angola

50

380/220; 220

Antigua

60

400/230; 230

Argentina

50

13.2 kV; 6.88 kV; 390/225; 339/220: 220

Australia

50

22 kV; 11 kV; 6.6 kV; 440/250; 415/240; 240 20 kV; 10 kV; 5 kV; 380/220; 220

Austria

50

Bahamas

60

415/240; 240/120;

 

208/120; 120

Bahrain

50: 60

11 kV; 400/230:

 

380/220; 230;

220/110

Bangladesh

50

11 kV; 400/230;

 

230

Barbados

50

11 kV; 3.3 kV; 230/115; 200/115

Belgium

50

15 kV; 6 kV; 380/220; 2201127,

 

220

Belize

60

440/220; 220/110

Bermuda

60

4.16/2.4 kV;

 

240/120; 208/120

Bolivia

50; 60

230/115;

 

400/230/220/110

Botswana

50

380/220: 220

Brazil

50; 60

13.8 kV; 11.2 kV:

 

380/220,220/127

Brunei

50

415/230

Bulgaria

50

20 kV; 15 kV; 380/220; 220

Burma

50

11 kV; 6.6 kV; 400/230; 230

Burundi

Cambodia

50

380/220; 208/120;

(Khmer Republic)

120

Cameroon

50

15 kV; 320/220;

 

220

Canada

60

12.5/7.2 kV;

 

600/347; 240/120;

208/120; 600;

480; 240

Canary Islands

50

380/220; 230

Cape Verde Islands

50

380/220; 127/220

Cayman Islands

60

480/240; 480/227;

 

240/120; 208/120

Central African Republic 50

380/220

Chad

50

380/220; 220

China

50

380/220 50Hz

Chile

50

380/220; 220

Colombia

60

13.2 kV; 240/120;

 

120

Costa Rica

60

240/120; 120

Section A

Country

Frequency

Supply Voltage Levels in Common Use (V)

Country

Frequency

Supply Voltage Levels in Common Use (V)

(Hz)

(Hz)

Cuba

60

440/220; 220/110

Honduras

60

220/110; 110

Cyprus

50

11 kV; 415/240;

Hong Kong (and Kowloon)

50

11 kV;

 

240

346/200; 200

Czechoslovakia

50

22 kV; 15 kV; 6 kV; 3 kV; 380/220; 220

Hungary

50

20 kV; 10 kV; 380/220; 220

Dahomey

50

15 kV; 380/220;

Iceland

50

380/220; 220

 

220

India

50; 25

22 kV; 11 kV; 440/250; 400/230; 460/230; 230

Denmark

50

30 kV; 10 kV; 380/220; 220

Dominica

Indonesia

50

380/220; 2201127

(Windward Islands)

50

400/230

Iran

50

20 kV; 11 kV; 400/231; 380/220;

Dominican Republic

60

220/110; 110

Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

50

6.6 kV; 330/220;

 

220

 
 

220

Iraq

50

11 kV; 380/220;

Ecuador

60

240/120; 208/120;

 

220

 
 

220/127; 220/110

Israel

50

22 kV; 12.6 kV;

6.3

 

kV; 400/230;

Egypt (United Arab Republic)

50

11 kV; 6.6 kV; 380/220; 220

 

230

Italy

50

20 kV; 15 kV;

 

Eire (Republic of Ireland) 50

10 kV; 380/220;

10

kV; 380/220;

220

220/127; 220

El Salvador

60

14.4 kV; 2.4 kV;

Ivory Coast

50

380/220; 220

 

240/120

Jamaica

50

4/2.3 kV; 220/110

Ethiopia

50

380/220; 220

Japan

50; 60

6.6 kV; 200/100;

Faeroe Islands

22

kV; 6.6 kV;

(Denmark)

50

380/220

210/105; 200/100;

Falkland Islands (UK)

50

415/230; 230

100

Fiji

50

11 kV; 415/240;

Jordan

50

380/220; 220

 

240

Kenya

50

415/240; 240

Finland

50

660/380; 500;

Korea Republic (South)

60

200/100; 100

 

380/220; 220

Kuwait

50

415/240; 240

France

50

20 kV; 15 kV;

Laos

50

380/220

 

380/220; 380; 220;

127

Lebanon

50

380/220; 190/110;

 

220;110

French Guiana

50

380/220

 

Lesotho

50

380/220; 220

French Polynesia

60

220; 100

Liberia

60

12.5/7.2 kV;

 

Gabon

50

380/220

416/240; 240/120;

Gambia

50

400/230; 230

208/120

Germany (BRD)

50

20 kV; 10 kV; 6 kV; 380/220; 220

Libyan Arab Republic

50

400/230; 220/127;

   

230;127

Germany (DDR)

50

10 kV; 6 kV; 660/380; 380/220; 220/127; 220; 127

Luxembourg

50

20 kV; 15 kV; 380/220; 220

 

Macao

50

380/220; 220/110

Ghana

50

440/250; 250

Malagassy Republic

50

5 kV; 380/220;

Gibraltar

50

415/240

(Madagascar)

220/127

Greece

50

22 kV; 20 kV; 15 kV; 6.6 kV;

Malawi

50

400/230; 230

 

Malaysia (West)

50

415/240; 240

380/220

Mali

50

380/220; 220/127;

Greenland

50

380/220

220; 127

Grenada (Windward

50

400/230; 230

Malta

50

415/240

Islands)

Manila

60

20 kV; 6.24 kV;

Guadeloupe

50; 60

20 kV; 380/220;

3.6

kV; 240/120

 

220

Martinique

50

220/127; 127

Guam (Mariana Islands) 60

13.8 kV; 4 kV; 480/277; 480:

240/120; 207/120

Mauritania

50

380/220

Mauritius

50

400/230; 230

Guatemala

60

13.8 kV; 240/120

Mexico

60

13.8 kV; 13.2 kV; 480/277; 220/127;

Guyana

50

220/110

220/120

Haiti

60

380/220; 230/115; 230; 220; 115

Monaco

50

380/220; 220/127;

   

220; 127

A3

GENERAL

World Electricity Supplies

Country

Frequency

Supply Voltage Levels in Common Use (V)

(Hz)

Montserrat

60

400/230; 230

Morocco

50

380/220; 220/127

Mozambique

50

380/220

Muscat and Oman

50

415/240; 240

Naura

50

415/240

Nepal

50

11 kV; 400/220;

 

220

Netherlands

50

10 kV; 3 kV; 380/220; 220

Netherlands Antilles

50; 60

380/220; 230/115;

 

220/127; 208/120

New Caledonia

50

220

New Zealand

50

11 kV; 415/240; 400/230; 440; 240; 230

Nicaragua

60

13.2 kV; 7.6 kV;

 

240/120

Niger

50

380/220; 220

Nigeria

50

15 kV; 11 kV; 400/230; 380/220; 230; 220

Norway

50

20 kV; 10 kV; 5 kV; 380/220; 230

Pakistan

50

400/230; 230

Panama

60

12 kV; 480/227; 240/120; 208/120

Papua New Guinea

50

22 kV; 11 kV; 415/240; 240

Paraguay

50

440/220; 380/220;

 

220

Peru

60

10 kV; 6 kV; 225

Philippines

60

13.8 kV; 4.16 kV; 2.4 kV; 220/110

Poland

50

15 kV; 6 kV; 380/220; 220

Portugal

50

15 kV; 5 kV; 380/220; 220

Portuguese Guinea

50

380/220

Puerto Rico

60

8.32 kV; 4.16 kV; 480; 240/120

Qatar

50

415/240; 240

Reunion

50

110/220

Romania

50

20 kV; 10 kV; 6 kV; 380/220; 220

Rwanda

50

15 kV; 6.6 kV; 380/220; 220

Table 1 World Electricity Supplies

Country

Frequency

Supply Voltage Levels in Common Use (V)

(Hz)

Sabah

50

415/240; 240

Sarawak (East Malaysia) 50

4151240; 240

Saudi Arabia

60

380/220; 220/127;

 

127

Senegal

50

220/127; 127

Seychelles

50

415/240

Sierra Leone

50

11 kV; 400/230;

 

230

Singapore

50

22 kV; 6.6 kV; 400/230; 230

Somali Republic

50

440/220; 220/110; 230: 220; 110

South Africa

50; 25

11 kV; 6.6 kV; 3.3 kV; 433/250; 400/230; 380/220; 500; 220

Southern Yemen (Aden)

50

400/230

Spain

50

15 kV; 11 kV; 380/220; 220/127; 220; 127

Spanish Sahara

50

380/220; 110; 127

Sri Lanka (Ceylon)

50

11 kV; 400/230;

 

230

St. Helena

50

11 kV; 415/240

St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla

50

400/230; 230

St. Lucia

50

11 kV; 415/240;

 

240

Saint Vincent

50

3.3 kV; 400/230;

 

230

Sudan

50

415/240; 240

Surinam

50; 60

230/115; 220/127; 220/110; 127; 115

Swaziland

50

11 kV; 400/230;

 

230

Sweden

50

20 kV; 10 kV; 6 kV; 380/220; 220

Switzerland

50

16 kV; 11 kV; 6 kV; 380/220; 220

Syrian Arab Republic

50

380/220; 200/115;

 

220; 115

Taiwan (Republic of China)

60

22.8 kV;

11.4 kV; 380/220;

220/110

Tanzania (Union

50

11 kV; 400/230

Republic of)

Thailand

50

380/220; 220

A4

Section A

Country

Frequency

Supply Voltage Levels in Common Use (V)

(Hz)

Togo

50

20 kV; 5.5 kV; 380/220; 220

Tonga

50

11 kV; 6.6 kV; 415/240; 240; 210

Trinidad and Tobago

60

12 kV; 400/230;

 

230/115

Tunisia

50

15 kV; 10 kV; 380/220; 220

Turkey

50

15 kV; 6.3 kV; 380/220; 220

Uganda

50

11 kV; 415/240;

 

240

United Kingdom

50

22 kV; 11 kV;

 

6.6

kV; 3.3 kV;

400/230; 380/220;

240; 230; 220

Upper-Yolta

50

380/220; 220

Uruguay

50

15 kV; 6 kV; 220

USA

60

480/277; 208/120;

 

240/120

USSR

50

380/230; 220/127 and higher voltages

Venezuela

60

13.8 kV; 12.47 kV;

 

4.8

kV; 4.16 kV;

2.4

kV; 240/120;

208/120

Vietnam (Republic of)

50

15 kV; 380/220; 208/120; 220; 120

Virgin Islands (UK)

60

208; 120

Virgin Islands (US)

60

110/220

Western Samoa

50

415/240

Yemen, Democratic

(PDR)

50

440/250; 250

Yugoslavia

50

10 kV; 6.6 kV; 380/220; 220

Zaire (Republic of)

50

380/220; 220

Zambia

50

400/230; 230

Zimbabwe

50

11 kV; 390/225;

 

225

GENERAL

Supply Voltages

Section A

G E N E R A L Supply Voltages Section A A5

A5

GENERAL

Equivalents and Formulae

Equivalents

1 horsepower = 746watts

1 horsepower = 0.746kW

1 horsepower = 33,000ft lb/min

1 kW = 1 000watts

1 kW = 1.3415hp

1 kW = 56.8ft lb/min

ft lb/min

1 horsepower = 550ft lb/sec

1 horsepower = 2546Btu/hr

1 horsepower = 42.4Btu/min

1 Btu = 9340in lb

1 Btu = 778.3ft lb

1 Btu =.0002930kWhr

1 Btu = 1.05506kJ

1 kW = 738ft lb/sec

1 kW = 3412Btu/hr

1ft lb = 0.001284Btu

1 kWhr = 3413Btu

1 Btu/min = 17.57watts

1 Btu/min = 0.0176kW

1 Btu/min = 0.0236hp

1 Btu/hr

= 0.293watts

1 ft lb = 1.35582Nm

1 ft lb/sec = 0.001355kW

1 ft lb/sec = 0.001818hp

1 therm = 100,000Btu

12,000Btu = 1 Ton (air conditioning)

Formulae

Brake Mean Effective Pressure (BMEP) 792,000 x BHP BMEP = ——————————————— (for 4-cycle) rpm x cubic inch displacement

Brake Horsepower (BHP) BMEP x cubic inch displacement x rpm BHP = ———————————————— (for 4-cycle)

Torque

792,000

5250 x BHP Torque (ft lb) = ————————— rpm

Temperature

(°F - 32)

Temp. (°C) = ————————— °F = (°C x 1.8) + 32

Power Factor & kVA kW PF = ———— kVA

1.8

kW KVA = ———— PF

Section A

Formulae for Obtaining kW, kVA, Reactive kVA, BHP and Amperes

To Obtain:

 

Single Phase AC

Three Phase AC

Direct Current

KW =

V x A x PF ————

kVA x PF ————

V x A ————

1000

1000

1000

 

V

x A

V x A x 1.732

KVA =

————

 

——————

 

1000

 

1000

Reactive kVA =

 

kVA x

1 - PF 2

kVA x

1 - PF 2

BHP (Output) =

 
- PF 2 kVA x 1 - PF 2 BHP (Output) =   V x A

V x A x Gen. Eff. X PF 1.73 x V x A x Eff. X PF V x A x Gen. Eff. ———————— ————————— ——————

746 x 1000

746 x 1000

746 x 1000

BHP (Input) = kW ——————

746 x 1000

kW ——————

746 x 1000

A (when BHP is known) = BHP x 746 x 100

BHP x 746 x 100

BHP x 746 x 100

——————— ————————— —————

V x Gen. Eff. x PF

1.73 x V x Gen. Eff. x PF

V x Gen. Eff.

A (when kW is known) = KW x 1000 ———————

V x PF

kW x 1000 ——————— V x PF x 1.732

kW x 1000 ——————— V

A (when KVA is known) = KVA x 1000 ———————

KVA x 1000 ———————

V V x 1.732

Misc.

HZ =

No. of poles x RPM ——————————

No. of poles x RPM ——————————

120

120

HP =

KW —————————— 0.746 x Gen Efficiency

KW —————————— 0.746 x Gen Efficiency

Where;-

kW

= Kilowatts

V

= Line to Line Voltage

A

= Line Current

PF

= Power Factor

HZ

= Frequency

HP

= Horse Power

A6

INSTALLATION QUESTIONNAIRE

Section A

Installation Questionnaire for Generating Sets

In order to accurately estimate the materials, technicalities and costing for any installation it is essential that all available data relating to the generator, location and room be itemised and documented before contacting the supplier. This service can alternatively be provided by your local Cummins Distributor.

Special Access Requirements:

Radiator

40°C

50° C °C

Radiator 40 ° C 50 ° C

Is radiator to be Integral

or REMOTEIs radiator to be Integral or OTHER

Is radiator to be Integral or REMOTE or OTHER

or OTHER

C Is radiator to be Integral or REMOTE or OTHER Position of Remote radiator relative to

Position of Remote radiator relative to both plant and

control panel

Project

Customer (End User)

Address of Site

Consultant

Address

Telephone

Site Drawing

Architect

GENERATING SET

DETAILS

Model

kVA

p.f

kW

Voltage

Phases

Frequency

Engine

Alternator

Control System

Number

Size of Room

Position of Set(s) indicate on site drawing if possible

Are Control Panels to be

Position of Free Standing Control Panel

Integral

or Free Standingto be Position of Free Standing Control Panel Integral Motor starting UPS Load Operate Lifts Base

Motor starting UPS Load Operate Lifts Base Fuel Tank

YES

NOYES

YES

NOYES

YES

NOYES

YES

NOYES

EXHAUST

Type of flue to be used:

Steel

Twin wall stainless steelType of flue to be used: Steel

Type of flue to be used: Steel Twin wall stainless steel

Overall length of exhaust

Horiz

Vert

metres/ft.

Number of Bends

Type of Silencers:

Residential

AcousticType of Silencers: Residential Other

Type of Silencers: Residential Acoustic Other

Other

Type of Silencers: Residential Acoustic Other

Type of Brackets:

Roller

FixedType of Brackets: Roller Spring

Type of Brackets: Roller Fixed Spring

Spring

Type of Brackets: Roller Fixed Spring

GLC type

MixedGLC type

GLC type Mixed

Pipework to be:

Flanged

Butt weldedPipework to be: Flanged

Pipework to be: Flanged Butt welded

Residential Silencer to be:

 

floor mounted

floor mounted wall mounted ceiling mounted

wall mounted

ceiling mountedwall mounted

floor mounted wall mounted ceiling mounted

Acoustic Silencer to be:

 

floor mounted

floor mounted wall mounted ceiling mounted

wall mounted

ceiling mountedwall mounted

floor mounted wall mounted ceiling mounted

Exhaust weathering in:

wall

roofwall

Exhaust weathering in: wall roof

Termination in:

tailpipe

cowltailpipe

Termination in: tailpipe cowl

Finish to pipework:

red lead

black epoxy paintred lead

Finish to pipework: red lead black epoxy paint

Access for erecting pipework:

 

good

good bad scaffold required

bad

scaffold requiredbad

good bad scaffold required

Welding supply available:

YES

NOYES

Welding supply available: YES NO

Type of lagging:

rockwool

otherrockwool

Type of lagging: rockwool other

Type of cladding:

22 swg aluminium

22 swg aluminium stainless steel other

stainless steel

otherstainless steel

22 swg aluminium stainless steel other

Length of pipe to be lagged and clad

metres/ft.

Type of silencer to be lagged and clad: Residential Acoustic

AcousticType of silencer to be lagged and clad: Residential

Type of silencer to be lagged and clad: Residential Acoustic

CABLE 

 

Type of Load Cables: 

 

PVCSWAPVCCSP/EPR Bus bar LSF

PVCSWAPVC CSP/EPR Bus bar LSF

CSP/EPR

PVCSWAPVC CSP/EPR Bus bar LSF

Bus bar

LSFPVCSWAPVC CSP/EPR Bus bar

PVCSWAPVC CSP/EPR Bus bar LSF

Route length of control cables between plant and panel:Cables:   PVCSWAPVC CSP/EPR Bus bar LSF SITE CONDITIONS Brief description of site working

SITE CONDITIONS Brief description of site working conditions including time scale for installation:

Type of Crane Distance to position of set from roadway? Type of Transport

Police Involvement YES

Type of Crane Distance to position of set from roadway? Type of Transport Police Involvement YES

NO

Type of Crane Distance to position of set from roadway? Type of Transport Police Involvement YES

Road Closure YES

Type of Crane Distance to position of set from roadway? Type of Transport Police Involvement YES

NO

Type of Crane Distance to position of set from roadway? Type of Transport Police Involvement YES

Access (obstructions, restrictions, etc.)

Type of control cables:

PVCSWAPVC

restrictions, etc.) Type of control cables: PVCSWAPVC PVC metres/ft. LSF Route length of control cables between

PVC

metres/ft. LSF
metres/ft.
LSF

Route length of control cables between plant and panel:

Load and control cable run in:

metres/ft.

 

Trunking

  Trunking On tray Clipped

On tray

Clipped  Trunking On tray

  Trunking On tray Clipped

Load and control cables run overhead:

 
 

on wall

on floor  on wall in trench

in trench  on wall on floor

  on wall on floor in trench

Cable entry to panel:

top

bottomCable entry to panel: top side

sideCable entry to panel: top bottom

Cable entry to panel: top bottom side

Is set to be positioned

 

IN BASEMENT

GROUND LEVEL  IN BASEMENT

 

MID LEVEL

ROOF TOP  MID LEVEL

Is set to be dismantled

YES

NOIs set to be dismantled YES

ON PLINTHS

ON PLINTHS R.S.J ’ s FLOOR

R.S.Js

FLOORON PLINTHS R.S.J ’ s

Position of LTB:

Other control cables:NO ON PLINTHS R.S.J ’ s FLOOR Position of LTB: Service metres/ft Cable Type metres/ft Cable

Servicemetres/ft

metres/ft

Cable Typemetres/ft

metres/ft

Cable Route Lengthmetres/ft

metres/ft

A7

INSTALLATION QUESTIONNAIRE

Section A

WATER Pipe route length between remote radiator and engine:

 

Number of acoustic doors:

Type: single

doubleWATER Pipe route length between remote radiator and engine:   Number of acoustic doors: Type: single

WATER Pipe route length between remote radiator and engine:   Number of acoustic doors: Type: single
 

metres/ft

Antivibration mounts required:

YES

NO  metres/ft Antivibration mounts required: YES

  metres/ft Antivibration mounts required: YES NO

Pipe route length between break tank and radiator:

 

Acoustic louvres:

YES

NOPipe route length between break tank and radiator:   Acoustic louvres: YES

Pipe route length between break tank and radiator:   Acoustic louvres: YES NO
 

metres/ft

Noise survey required:

YES

NO  metres/ft Noise survey required: YES

  metres/ft Noise survey required: YES NO

Break Tank required:

YES

NOBreak Tank required: YES Sound proof enclosure: YES NO

Sound proof enclosure:Break Tank required: YES NO YES NO

YES

NOBreak Tank required: YES NO Sound proof enclosure: YES

Break Tank required: YES NO Sound proof enclosure: YES NO

Pipework to be:

screwed

weldedPipework to be: screwed Container Drop over Int fit out

ContainerDrop over

Drop overContainer

Int fit outPipework to be: screwed welded Container Drop over

Pipework to be: screwed welded Container Drop over Int fit out

Pipework to be:

galvanised

steelPipework to be: galvanised Walk round Close fit EEC style

Walk roundClose fit

Close fitWalk round

EEC stylePipework to be: galvanised steel Walk round Close fit

Pipework to be: galvanised steel Walk round Close fit EEC style
 

Paint finish

RAL/BS4800

 

FUEL Type of bulk tank:

DUCTING

Cylindrical

  FUEL Type of bulk tank: DUCTING Cylindrical Rectangular Double skinned Capacity of bulk tank: Standard

Rectangular

FUEL Type of bulk tank: DUCTING Cylindrical Rectangular Double skinned Capacity of bulk tank: Standard Bosses

Double skinned

Capacity of bulk tank:

Standard Bosses

Position of Bulk Tank in relation to set:

Standard Bosses Position of Bulk Tank in relation to set: Extra Bosses Bunded Length of inlet

Extra Bosses

Position of Bulk Tank in relation to set: Extra Bosses Bunded Length of inlet duct: metres/ft.
Position of Bulk Tank in relation to set: Extra Bosses Bunded Length of inlet duct: metres/ft.

Bunded

Length of inlet duct:metres/ft.

metres/ft.

No. of bends:

Length of outlet duct:

metres/ft.

No. of bends:

(height above or below ground etc.) Access for offloading:

 

Inlet duct:

floor mounted

Inlet duct: floor mounted

wall mounted

off ceiling(height above or below ground etc.) Access for offloading:   Inlet duct: floor mounted wall mounted

(height above or below ground etc.) Access for offloading:   Inlet duct: floor mounted wall mounted

Outlet duct:

floor mounted

Outlet duct: floor mounted

wall mounted

off ceilingOutlet duct: floor mounted wall mounted

Outlet duct: floor mounted wall mounted off ceiling

Pipe route length between bulk tank and service tank:

 

Fire damper in inlet duct:

YES

Pipe route length between bulk tank and service tank:   Fire damper in inlet duct: YES

NO

Pipe route length between bulk tank and service tank:   Fire damper in inlet duct: YES

flow

return

metres/ft

Fire damper in outlet duct:

YES

flow return metres/ft Fire damper in outlet duct: YES NO

NO

flow return metres/ft Fire damper in outlet duct: YES NO

Local Atmosphere

Local Atmosphere Remote Vent Route  

Remote Vent

RouteLocal Atmosphere Remote Vent  

Route
 

Pipework:

 

below ground

above groundPipework:   below ground

above ground

Pipework to be jacketed:

 

YES

NOPipework to be jacketed:   YES   LOUVRES

NO
 

LOUVRES

Pipe:

Trace heated

DensoPipe: Trace heated Inlet louvre Outlet louvre

Denso

Inlet louvre

Inlet louvre Outlet louvre

Outlet louvre

Inlet louvre Outlet louvre

Type of fillpoint required:

Cabinet

Valve, cap and chainType of fillpoint required: Cabinet Type: fixed blade gravity motorised

Valve, cap and chain

Type:

fixed blade

Type: fixed blade

gravity

motorisedType of fillpoint required: Cabinet Valve, cap and chain Type: fixed blade gravity

Type of fillpoint required: Cabinet Valve, cap and chain Type: fixed blade gravity motorised

Pipe route length between bulk tank and fill point:

metres/ft

Position of louvre inlet:

external

Pipe route length between bulk tank and fill point: metres/ft Position of louvre inlet: external internal

internal

Pipe route length between bulk tank and fill point: metres/ft Position of louvre inlet: external internal

Fill alarm unit and tank float switch required:

 

Position of louvre outlet:

external

Fill alarm unit and tank float switch required:   Position of louvre outlet: external internal

internal

Fill alarm unit and tank float switch required:   Position of louvre outlet: external internal
 

YES

NO  YES    

   

Pipework: Thickness If double skin all pipe

 

Single

Skin

Double SkinColour finish to louvres:

Colour finish to louvres: Double Skin Double Skin

or specify  

or specify

 
 

Pipework support/fixing Type of bulk tank contents gauge:

Hydrostatic

Position of contents gauge:

Distance from bulk tank:

Type of bulk tank contents gauge: Hydrostatic Position of contents gauge: Distance from bulk tank: Electronic

Electronic

MechanicalDistance from Genset/Conn if not in fill point cabinet metres/ft.

Distance from Genset/Conn Mechanical if not in fill point cabinet metres/ft.

if

not in fill point cabinet metres/ft.

COMMISSION

Load Bank

Ground level

ResistiveCOMMISSION Load Bank Ground level Roof

RoofCOMMISSION Load Bank Ground level Resistive

COMMISSION Load Bank Ground level Resistive Roof
in fill point cabinet metres/ft. COMMISSION Load Bank Ground level Resistive Roof metres/ft. Reactive Other
in fill point cabinet metres/ft. COMMISSION Load Bank Ground level Resistive Roof metres/ft. Reactive Other

metres/ft.

Reactive

Other

metres/ft. Reactive Other
metres/ft. Reactive Other

Service tank:

 

free standing

on setService tank:   free standing Weekend working Out of normal hours During normal hours  

Weekend working Out of normal hours During normal hoursService tank:   free standing on set   Service tank:   free standing on set  

Weekend working Out of normal hours During normal hours
Weekend working Out of normal hours During normal hours
Weekend working Out of normal hours During normal hours
 

Overspill tank required:

YES

NOOverspill tank required: YES

If tank free standing, pipe route length to engine:

metres/ft.

NO

If tank free standing, pipe route length to engine: metres/ft. NO litres

litres

Auto fuel transfer system:

YES

NOAuto fuel transfer system: YES First fill of lub. oil: YES First fill of fuel Quantity

First fill of lub. oil: YES First fill of fuel First fill of fuel

First fill of lub. oil: YES First fill of fuel Quantity

Quantity

Auto fuel transfer system: YES NO First fill of lub. oil: YES First fill of fuel

litres

Duplex

YES

NODuplex YES Anti freeze YES NO

Anti freezeDuplex YES NO YES NO

Anti freeze

YES

Duplex YES NO Anti freeze YES NO

NO

Duplex YES NO Anti freeze YES NO

Solenoid valve required:

 

YES

NOSolenoid valve required:   YES Maintenance contract required:: YES NO

Maintenance contract required::Solenoid valve required:   YES NO YES NO

YES

Solenoid valve required:   YES NO Maintenance contract required:: YES NO

NO

Solenoid valve required:   YES NO Maintenance contract required:: YES NO

Position:

Are civil works required:

YES

Position: Are civil works required: YES NO

NO

Position: Are civil works required: YES NO

If pump positioned away from tank determine position:

 
 

Set Length mm

Fire valve required:

 

YES

NOFire valve required:   YES Width mm  

Width mmFire valve required:   YES NO  

 
 

MERC:

 

YES

NO  MERC:   YES Height mm

Height mm  MERC:   YES NO

MKOB

MKOB
 

SQR

BATT PACKMKOB   SQR Weight Kg

Weight KgMKOB   SQR BATT PACK

Other alarms required:

 

Dump valve

Dump valve DRAWINGS

DRAWINGS

 

Plant Room

Plant Room Builders/Civils

Builders/Civils

  Plant Room Builders/Civils Other

Other

  Plant Room Builders/Civils Other

ATTENUATION Level of noise to be obtained

 
 

dB(A)

What distance Position of inlet splitter:

 

metres/ft.

COMPILED BY:

low level

high levellow level  

high level
 

Position of outlet splitter:

low level

high levelPosition of outlet splitter: low level   DATE:

high level
 

DATE:

A8

LAYOUT CONSIDERATIONS

Section B

General

In order to start to consider the possible layouts for a site, the following criteria must first be determined:- The total area available and any restrictions within that area (i.e. buried or overhead services). Any noise constraints. (i.e. the location of offices or residential property). The access to the site, initially for delivery and installation purposes, but afterwards for the deliveries of fuel and servicing vehicles, etc. The ground condition, is it level or sloping? When installing the equipment within a plant room, consideration must be given to each of the following:- A forced ventilation system is required for the equipment, which draws sufficient cooling and aspiration air into the room at the back of the alternator and discharges the air from in front of the engine. Dependent upon the layout of the building, it may be necessary to install additional ductwork to achieve the airflow required. In order to reduce the heat gain within the plant room, all the elements of the exhaust system will need to be fully lagged. Where practical, the silencer and as much of the pipework as possible should be outside the generator room. The access into the building, initially for the delivery and installation of the equipment, and, afterwards for servicing and maintenance of the equipment. The plant room should be of sufficient size to accommodate the following items of equipment:

The engine/alternator assembly. The local fuel tank (if applicable). The generator control panel including the PCC (if free standing). The exhaust system (if internally erected). The air handling system including any sound attenuating equipment that may be required. The relative height of the base for the bulk tanks should also be taken into consideration to determine the type of fuel transfer system that is to be utilised. The sizes for the bulk fuel storage tank(s) are dependent on the duration of the storage that is required. Where possible the equipment should be positioned in a manner such that "cross overs" of the ancillary services, (fuel, water and electrical power/controls) do not occur. Due consideration should be given to the direction of the noise sensitive areas so that elements generating noise can be positioned to restrict any potential problem.(i.e. exhaust outlets).

Modular Installation

In terms of the external appearance the "drop-over" enclosure system is virtually identical to a containerised system. The principle difference between the two systems is that in the containerised arrangement the generator is mounted on the floor of the module, whereas in the "dropover" arrangement, the generator locates directly on the concrete plinth and the enclosure drops over onto the plinth. To maintain the advantage of the reduction in site work, it is essential to give careful consideration to the positioning of the set to optimise the space and to minimise the lengths of any inter-connections.

Off-loading and Positioning the Equipment

Prior to the commencement of the off-loading, using the specific site and equipment drawings, the positions for each of the principle items of equipment should be carefully marked out on the plinth/plant room floor. The order in which various items of equipment are to be positioned should be determined to ensure that double lifting is avoided as far as possible. The appropriate size and type of crane should be considered bearing in mind the site conditions and lifting radius. All the necessary lifting chains, spreader beams, strops etc., should be used to off-load and position the equipment.

B1

BASE AND FOUNDATIONS

Section B

Note : Special foundations are unnecessary. A level and sufficiently strong concrete floor is adequate.

Introduction

The responsibility for the design of the foundation (including seismic considerations) should be placed with a civil or structural engineer specialising in this type of work. Major functions of a foundation are to:

Support the total weight of the generating set.

Isolate

structures.

generator

set

vibration

from

surrounding

To support the structural design, the civil engineer will need the following details:-

the plants operating temperatures (heat transfer from

machines to mass could lead to undesirable tensile stresses).

the overall dimensions of the proposed foundation mass.

the

generator bedframe.

the

fixing

mounting

and

arrangements

of

Concrete Foundations

The foundation will require at least seven days between pouring the concrete and mounting the generating set to cure. It is also essential that the foundation should be level, preferably within ± 0.5° of any horizontal plane and should rest on undisturbed soil. The following formula may be used to calculate the minimum foundation depth :

t =

k

———— d x w x l

t = thickness of foundation in m

k = net weight of set in kg

d = density of concrete (take 2403 kg/m 2 )

w = width of foundation in (m)

l = length of foundation in (m)

The foundation strength may still vary depending on the safe bearing capacity of supporting materials and the soil bearing load of the installation site, therefore reinforced gauge steel wire mesh or reinforcing bars or equivalent may be required to be used.

Foundations

Main Block Materials

1 Part Portland Cement

2 Parts clean sharp sand

4 Parts washed ballast (3/4") Grouting Mixture

1 Part Portland Cement

2 Parts clean sharp sand

When the water is added, the consistency of the mixture should be such that it can be easily poured. Should a suitable concrete base already exist or it is not convenient to use rag-bolts, then rawl-bolts or similar type of fixing bolt may be used. This obviates the necessity of preparing foundation bolt holes as already described. However, care should be taken that the correct size of masonry drill is used.

Modularised System/Enclosed-Silenced Generators

In the design of the layout for this type of system the same constraints and guidance for the foundation should be observed, however, as the generator set and enclosure will be located directly onto the plinth, more care is required in its casting to ensure that it is flat and level with a "power float" type finish. When the generator compartment is in the form of a dropover enclosure, it will be necessary to provide a weatherproofing sealing system in the form of angle section laid on an impervious strip seal. This will also act as a bund to retain fuel, water or oil spillage.

Vibration Isolation

Each generator is built as a single module with the engine and alternator coupled together through a coupling chamber with resilient mountings to form one unit of immense strength and rigidity. This provides both accuracy of alignment between the engine and alternator and damping of engine vibration. Thus heavy concrete foundations normally used to absorb engine vibration are not necessary and all the generator requires is a level concrete floor that will take the distributed weight of the unit.

B2

BASE AND FOUNDATIONS

Section B

Foundation

The generator can be placed directly on a level, concrete floor, but where a permanent installation is intended, it is recommended that the unit is placed on two raised longitudinal plinths. This allows for easy access for maintenance and also allows a drip tray to be placed under the sump to meet fire regulation. Plinths should raise the plant 100 to 125mm above floor level, the actual height depending on the type of plant. The plinths are normally cast in concrete but RSJ's or timber can be used. If either of these two materials are used the bearers should be bolted down with parobolts. If in any doubt consult a Civil Engineer.

Bolting Down Parobolts should also be used for anchoring the concrete plinths when necessary.

Caution: Ensure that the concrete is completely set and hardened before positioning the plant and tightening holding down bolts.

Levelling A poor foundation may result in unnecessary vibration of the plant.

Connections

All piping and electrical connections should be flexible to prevent damage by movement of the plant. Fuel and water lines, exhaust pipes and conduit can transmit vibrations at long distances.

pipes and conduit can transmit vibrations at long distances. 300 kVA standard generator with base fuel

300 kVA standard generator with base fuel tank in typical plant room.

B3

ROOM DESIGN GUIDANCE NOTES

Section B

Generator installations with acoustic treatment to achieve 85dBA at 1 metre

Note:- The layout drawings provided are intended as a guide and to form the basis of the installation design, but before the room design is finalised please ensure you have a "project specific" generator general arrangement drawing. Certain ambient temperatures or specific site requirements can affect the finalised generator build, layout configuration and room dimensions.

Room size allowance The dimensions as indicated A & B allow for good maintenance/escape access around the generator. Ideally you should allow a minimum distance of 1 metre from any wall, tank or panel within the room.

Machine access

It is important to remember that the generator has to be

moved into the constructed generator room, therefore the personnel access door has to be of a sufficient size to allow access alternatively the inlet/outlet attenuator

aperture should be extended to the finished floor level, with the bottom uplift section built when the generator is

in the room.

Inlet and outlet attenuators with weather louvres

The inlet and outlet attenuators should be installed within

a wooden frame and are based on 100mm. airways with

200mm. acoustic modules. The attenuators should be fitted with weather louvres with a minimum 50% free area, good airflow profile and afford low restriction airflow access. The noise level of 85dB(A) at 1m will comply with minimum EEC Regulations. To achieve lower levels attenuator size can more than double in length. The weather louvres should have bird/vermin mesh screens fitted on the inside, but these screens must not impede the free flow of cooling and aspiration air. The outlet attenuator should be connected to the radiator ducting flange with a heat and oil resistant flexible connection.

Exhaust systems

The exhaust systems shown on the layout drawings are supported from the ceiling. Should the building construction be such that the roof supports were unable to support the exhaust system, a floor standing steel exhaust stand will be needed. Exhaust pipes should terminate at least 2.3m above floor level to make it reasonably safe for anyone passing or accidentally touching.

It is recommended that stainless steel bellows be fitted to the engine exhaust manifold followed by rigid pipework to the silencer.

The dimension "E" as indicated on the layout diagrams is based upon using standard manufacturers silencers to achieve 85dBA at 1m, please ensure that the intended silencers to be used can be positioned as indicated as this dimension affects the builders works such as apertures to the walls for the exhaust outlet. The exhaust run as indicated exits via the side wall through a wall sleeve, packed with a heat resistant medium and closed to the weather with wall plates. Should the generator room, internally or externally, be constructed with plastic coated profiled steel sheet cladding, it is important to ensure that the wall sections at the exhaust outlet are isolated from the high exhaust pipe temperature and sealed by a specialist cladder. The same applies for any exhaust going through or near any timber or plastic guttering. It is good installation practice for the exhaust system within the generator room to be insulated with a minimum of 50mm. of high density, high temperature mineral insulation covered by an aluminium overclad. This reduces the possibility of operator burn injury and reduces the heat being radiated to the operating generator room.

Cable systems

The layout drawings assumes that the change-over switch-gear is external to the generator room and located in the power distribution room. Specific project requirements can affect this layout. The power output cables from the generator output breaker to the distribution panel must be of a flexible

construction:-

EPR/CSP

(6381TQ)

PCP

(H07RNF)

Should the cable route length from the generator to the distribution room be extensive the flexible cables can be terminated to a load terminal close box to the generator and then extended to the distribution room with armoured multi-core cables. (See typical load terminal box layout). The flexible power cables as installed should be laid up in trefoil, placed on support trays/ladder rack in the trench with the recommended inter-spacing and segregated from the system control cables.

The cables should be correctly supported and rated for the installation/ambient conditions. The flexible single core power cables when entering any panel must pass through a non ferrous gland plate.

B4

ROOM DESIGN GUIDANCE NOTES

Section B

Change-over panels. Should the change-over panel be positioned within the generator room due note must be made of the floor/wall space that must be made available. For change-over cubicles up to 1000Amp. rating the wall mounting panel of maximum depth 420mm. can be mounted directly above the cable trench in the side access area without causing too many problems. For change-over cubicles from 1600Amp. and above, a floor standing panel is used which needs additional space to be allocated. Refer to Page D11 for dimensions. The room dimensions need to be increased in the area of the cable duct/change-over panel to allow space and man access around cubicles with the following dimensions. A minimum of 800mm. for rear access should be allowed. The cable trench in the area of the change-over cubicle needs to be increased in size to allow for the mains, load and generator cable access requirement.

Generator Sets. All generators shown include 8 hour base fuel tanks. Free standing tanks can be provided but additional room space will be required. Canvas ducting between the radiator and ductwork or attenuator should be a minimum of 300mm. Air inlet should be at the rear of the alternator to allow adequate circulation.

Doors. Doors should always open outwards. This not only makes for a better door seal when the set/s are running but allows for a quick exit/panic button or handle to get out. Make allowance for the generator to be moved into the room by using double doors at the attenuator space.

Generator installations WITHOUT acoustic treatment.

Note: Handy rule of thumb for INTAKE louvres. Use 1.5 x radiator area. All the previous notes regarding "generator installations with acoustic treatment" equally apply to installations without acoustic attenuators with the exception of paragraph 3 relating to the Inlet and Outlet louvres.

Inlet and outlet louvres. The inlet and outlet weather louvres should be installed within a wooden frame with a minimum 50% free area, good airflow profile and low restriction airflow access. The weather louvres should have bird/vermin mesh screens fitted on the inside, but must not impede the free flow of cooling and aspiration air. The outlet weather louvre should be connected to the radiator ducting flange with a heat and oil resistant flexible connection.

When a radiator is mounted on the end of the plant main frame, position the set so that the radiator is as close to the outlet vent as possible, otherwise recirculation of hot air can take place. The recommended maximum distance away from the outlet vent is 150mm without air ducting.

Flexible cable should be used

Control panel

Alternator

terminal box

Control panel Alternator terminal box
should be used Control panel Alternator terminal box Note: If DMC a is flexible cable is
should be used Control panel Alternator terminal box Note: If DMC a is flexible cable is
Note: If DMC a is
Note:
If
DMC
a
is

flexible cable is used

between switchboard,

remote panel and generator,

load terminal box

un-neccessary

Multicores run between set and DMC cubicle

box un-neccessary Multicores run between set and DMC cubicle To changeover switchboard Load terminal box must
box un-neccessary Multicores run between set and DMC cubicle To changeover switchboard Load terminal box must

To changeover

switchboard

Load terminal box must be used if connecting cable is PVC/SWA/PVC

Fig. B1 Cable Connections

B5

RECOMMENDED ROOM SIZES

Section B

CUMMINS ENGINE POWERED 37 kVA - 511 kVA GENERATING SETS WITHOUT ACOUSTIC TREATMENT.

SINGLE SETS.

Prime

Type

   

Room dimensions

Set

Set C/L

Exhaust

Outlet

 

Inlet

 

Rating

of

2000

1999

Length

width

height

back

position

Offset

Height

Louvre

Uplift

Louvre

Cable trench position

KVA

ENGINE

Model

Model

A

B

C

D

P

E

X

F

G

H

J

K

L

M

N

32.5

B3.3G1

26

DGGC

CP30-5

3100

3000

2600

400

1500

159

2300

650

700

650

750

800

420

400

1165

50

B3.3G2

40

DGHC

CP50-5

3100

3000

2600

400

1500

275

2300

750

800

650

900

900

420

400

1165

38

4B3.9G

30

DGBC

CP40-5

3100

3000

2600

400

1500

141

2300

650

750

600

750

850

520

400

1325

52

4BT3.9G1

42

DGCA

CP50-5

3200

3000

2600

400

1500

194

2300

650

750

600

750

850

520

400

1325

64

4BT3.9G2

51

DGCB

CP60-5

3200

3000

2600

400

1500

194

2300

650

750

600

750

850

520

400

1325

70

4BTA3.9G1

56

DGCC

CP70-5

3250

3000

2600

400

1500

194

2300

650

750

600

750

850

520